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Bay Harbour: August 23, 2017

Bay Harbour: August 23,

FREE Wednesday aUGUsT 23 2017 379 7100 Bay Harbour News Proudly locally owned and published by Star Media Brookhaven, Heathcote, Ferrymead ,Redcliffs, Mt. Pleasant, Sumner, Lyttelton, Diamond Harbour, Governors Bay, Akaroa Black Billed Gull Deb Beesley Your local hills and Bayside specialist. You’ll be sold! M: 027 280 8837 E: deb.beesley @harcourts.co.nz LICENSED SALES CONSULTANT REAA 2008 GRENADIER Bays shoot for fifth title Mt Pleasant Yacht Club boat shed issue heats up TITLE RACE: Mark Peers dribbles the ball during Bays’ 4-0 win over Nelson Suburbs on Sunday. Ferrymead Bays are just one win away from becoming the first club to claim five Mainland Premier League titles. They can now wrap up this year’s title with a win over Western at English Park on Saturday. •Story, page 17 PHOTO: JESSE ROGERS • By Sarla Donovan CONCERN OVER the layout and future development of Scott Park in Mt Pleasant has prompted a meeting early next month. The Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board decided to set up the meeting after a deputation from Coastal Pathway Group chairman Scott Babington last week. Mr Babington raised concerns about public access around the south side of the Mt Pleasant Yacht Club’s new boat shed, which is currently fenced off. Although larger than the previous shed, which was damaged in the February 2011 earthquake, the new building wasn’t publicly notified. This was because other buildings in the park, including the Mt Pleasant Bowling Club, were demolished and not rebuilt, community board member Tim Lindley told Bay Harbour News yesterday. Mr Babington said he was concerned the fenced off area didn’t have a pathway which would give access to public users. Yacht club committee member Tim Prickett said he didn’t think the boat shed or the fence impeded access for the public. The fence was to protect planting, “There are numerous ways you can get to the waterfront,” said Mr Prickett. The community board wants to develop a 10-year master plan for the park. Board chairwoman Sally Buck and members Darrell Latham and Mr Lindley will attend, along with other stakeholders and interested parties. Mr Lindley said it was “timely” to look at the future of the park. Neither Mr Babington nor Mr Prickett were aware of the meeting, but both said they would be keen to be involved. The meeting will be held in early September, date to be advised. •The boat shed will be officially opened on September 2, 10am. Local Agents Local Knowledge 15 Years local experience 100% Auction Success Rate SOLD For The Past 2 Years Prier Manson Real Estate Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008) Anna & Bronny Anna Loader 027 272 7128 Bronny Clifford 021 272 7718 21 Humphreys Drive, Ferrymead 20 Hours Free for 3 & 4 yrs old Three age specific rooms plus School prep Teaching room For full information please visit our website www.hvp.co.nz Come in for a visit and experience the difference Ph 03 384 9249 108 Port hills Rd, heathcote Valley Lyttelton Tunnel Ferrymead Heritage Park Port Hills Rd Tunnel Rd We are here Bridle Path Rd Martindales Rd